A 25-year follow-up of cognitive/behavioral therapy with 7,275 sexual offenders.

@article{Maletzky2002A2F,
  title={A 25-year follow-up of cognitive/behavioral therapy with 7,275 sexual offenders.},
  author={Barry M. Maletzky and Cynthia Steinhauser},
  journal={Behavior modification},
  year={2002},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={123-47}
}
Outcome data are presented, grouped into 5-year cohorts, for 7,275 sexual offenders entering a cognitive/behavioral treatment program. Assessment variables included treatment completion, self-admission of covert and/or overt deviant behaviors, the presence of deviant sexual arousal, or being recharged for any sexual crime (regardless of plea or conviction). It proved possible to follow 62% for the cohort at 5 years after initiating treatment, but follow-up completion rates decreased with time… CONTINUE READING